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Painting my boat....

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I have a crappy 16' boat. It is red and I desperately want to paint it to freshen things up. I don't particularly care if I do an awesome job, I just want some fresh, neutral colors on it without spending alot of money. Any suggestions? Is there such a thing as marine spraypaint?

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Be sure to use a primer that is designed for aluminum. Also sand and degrease it good before priming. There have been several threads on this over the years if you do a search.

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they have some camo tan or green paint for boats at fleet farm, you can roll the stuff on after sanding/degreasing and it wont come off, think its $30 but I did my 14' flat inside and out 2 coats and still had 1/4 of a gallon left. I paint boats and this is one of the easiest paints to use. and its inexspensive.

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they have some camo tan or green paint for boats at fleet farm, you can roll the stuff on after sanding/degreasing and it wont come off, think its $30 but I did my 14' flat inside and out 2 coats and still had 1/4 of a gallon left. I paint boats and this is one of the easiest paints to use. and its inexspensive.

Thanks Laska, I'll look into that!

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